Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Adult pool
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... less walkways with small inclines. It is also way more touristy. Selling everything with the wall on.
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... to these food/drink places that she didn't like. The people remembered us at Phillies; I guess we are a memorable couple-a Korean who can't speak Korean along with her American aunt. I tried the pear Brunty's cider this time and decided that I liked the strawberry better. A reverse on roles, my aunt got rather drunk so I got us back to the hotel safely. It was a long and eventful day and like most nights in Korea, I fell immediately asleep and didn't wake up until ...
... in Seoul 2 weeks ago. In his book "Master the ART of swimming" Steven Shaw is revealing the secret of swimming with minimum effort, maximum good use of your own body and the water and moving through this element gracefully. I learned to re-craft all my strokes and experiencing the real freedom of movement is fantastic! No more aching neck and shoulders, overextension of joints or awkward breathing patterns. My goal is ...
... was using a really interesting machine where they strap pads to your legs and just turn the machine on. It was just what we needed.
That evening, we met up with the cousins in Sinsadong for a late dinner and another walk around Hongdae. It was so surprising that on a Sunday night, hardly anything is open in Hongdae.
Monday, 21 April
Spent the morning walking around Myeongdong (as we only had a couple of hours) before taking the bus to Incheon airport.
We arrived in Incheon by night and took the subway to our hostel. We booked a place in Hongdae district which turned out to be a great idea. It's very close to Seoul University thus the area is young and there is lots of restaurants and pubs with reasonable prices (of course coming from China everything seem expensive, we have to adjust).
Jimjilbang. You should not leave Korea without experiencing a Jimjilbang. So we checked that off our ...